HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY; PROTECTING AND PROMOTING THE RIGHT OF PERSON’S WITH DISABILITIES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSON’S WITH DISABILITIES (PROHIBITION) ACT, 2018
The study on Human Rights in the 21st Century is divided into five distinct parts. The first chapter includes an overview of the issue and a summary of the research. It offers a summary of the research project. This is a summary of the study’s most significant results. It explains the background of the research, the issue statement, the reason for the inquiry, the objectives of the study, the study’s hypothesis, the theoretical framework, the literature review, the methodology adopted, and the limitations of the study.
A thorough study of the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocols is provided for the reader’s benefit in the second chapter. In addition, this chapter discusses the Nigerian Constitution of 2018 sections that effect the rights of those with disabilities.
In chapter three, an overview of the Human Rights in the 21st Century as regarding Persons with Disabilities Act is offered, along with a discussion of other important Nigerian laws that include substantial provisions on disability rights. This section will demonstrate the nation’s commitment to the cause of persons with disabilities and how the concept of disability human rights has been integrated into local practice.
The fourth chapter is comparative in character and analyzes the legal treatment of disabled people in the Republic of Korea. This topic focuses on the legal treatment afforded to individuals with disabilities in the Republic of Korea, as reflected in the legislation and the protection of their rights. This will demonstrate that Nigeria is behind the times in terms of recognizing and executing the fundamental rights and liberties, institutions, and procedures that have been established to protect the rights of people with disabilities. In addition, it gives vital insights into the manner in which Nigerian law may be reformed to bring it into conformity with the Nigerian Constitution of 2018 and international treaties.
Two independent parts comprise the fifth chapter: the conclusion and the proposals. In the conclusion, the study’s findings are broken down and summarized. The major purpose of the conclusion is to demonstrate that the Persons with Disabilities Act has substantial gaps, which can only be asserted with certainty when read in connection with the previous parts.
being measured against the 2018 Nigerian Constitution and the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In addition, it examines the extent to which Nigeria complies with disability laws as outlined by the Nigerian Constitution (2018) and other international treaties.
In order to properly address or provide for the rights of people with disabilities in Nigeria, the proposals include ideas for legal and institutional improvements. These changes are required in order to adequately address or provide for the rights of people with disabilities.
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY; PROTECTING AND PROMOTING THE RIGHT OF PERSON’S WITH DISABILITIES IN NIGERIA: